I am from Thousand Oaks, California and am a rising freshman at UW Madison. As an aspiring politician, I aim to aid the community through public service.

I am the ICMA (International City / County Management Association) UW Madison Chapter President and founder. I am also an ASM fall intern, advocating for students considered "housing insecure." In the past I have worked as a district intern for Assembly member Jacqui Irwin and lead intern for DK Law Group. I am passionate about volunteering, having formed the nonprofit chapter Westlake Action Team. The organization put on 60 events in Thousand Oaks, taking underserved youth on hikes, partaking in pool days, putting on movie nights, implementing holiday parties, and going on Dodger game field trips. These experiences taught me what civic engagement truly means. I look up to my Cross Country coaches Chad Scott and Troy Burns as role models for what it means to serve others. I am an avid Dodger fan and run marathons, with my sights set on the Los Angeles Marathon, San Francisco Marathon, and a Half Marathon Relay in the Swiss Alps this summer.

I’m a conservation voter because the environment is a precious resource that must be preserved. It impacts all humans. As a society, we must educate ourselves in its complexities and hold one another accountable in maintaining it.

Favorite place in Wisconsin: The lakeshore path beside Lake Mendota because it is an absolutely beautiful place to run